In the pages of our catalog, you’ve probably noticed the tips that we include for design inspiration. From the products we sell to the tips we add to our catalog, our goal is to help you decorate your home inside and out to reflect your unique personality! Today, we thought we’d round up all the fun tips from our Spring 2015 catalog.
We designed this outdoor wall workstation so you can create storage anywhere in your outdoor space — from a bar to a potting bench! It’s made of weather friendly, all-natural teak so it ages well, and also looks lovely! Plus, slats offer drainage for spills and moisture.
All throughout Europe, you may notice iron rings around many of the trees. We’ve always loved the way they decoratively protect tree roots from damage and buffer the tree trunk from concrete sidewalks. We designed this rubber tree guard which matches our Highgate Collection. Learn more about our Highgate Tree Guard and to learn how to install it.
We love the way a dining banquette makes the most of a small space, not to mention how cozy and comfortable it is! But we love our Coventry Collection even more when it’s upholstered in Sunbrella fabric, making it life-proof.
A skirted table is a pretty way to change things up in your bedroom. We especially love them as a nightstand, and a glass top makes them even more lovely!
Some of the most valuable real estate you have in your home is the wall, so we love finding ways to maximize storage space vertically! Our new Vigneto Shelves do just that! With three mix-and-match styles, you can
You know we never turn down an opportunity to infuse personality into a room, and one of our favorite ways to do that in the dining room is to use to mix-and-match chairs in the dining room! Here, we’ve used our Parsons chairs in two different fabrics, and mixed it with a banquette in one of our fabrics. All together it feels pulled together and fun!
Bookshelves can become unruly very quickly, so one fun thing to try if you’re looking to mix up your office is to organize items by color. It’s definitely unconventional, and probably not a great option if you have lots of reference books, but in this space doesn’t it keep the room feeling neat?